Non-physical assets price determination

Buying or Selling a Businesses  March 17, 2010 – 02:01 pm

Buying

So you have made the decision to become an entrepreneur. Starting a business is no easy task. If you are serious about operating your own business, you might want to consider minimizing some of the anguish and pain associated with startups by purchasing an established business.

Since many experts have predicted that a significant percentage of the workforce will be working in a self-employment capacity in the next decade, business ownership is becoming increasingly more important to many people.

For a financing perspective, you’ll have a much easier time securing capital from lenders by taking over an established business, than starting one from scratch. Not to mention, you’ll dramatically minimize the financial risk to yourself and your finance partners because the company will have proven revenue and a customer base. Many lenders will fund 50% to 75% of the acquisition cost for businesses depending on a number of factors such as the cashflow numbers, assets and security available.

It is estimated that less than 10% of all startup businesses are able to successfully secure the financing required at the outset. This is due to the high level of risk start-ups pose to lenders because every aspect of the business is unproven. Yet many people dream of the freedom and control over their own destiny that comes with owning and successfully managing their own business.

Source: UREP Realty

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